April 11, 2018
Circuit Court for Baltimore City
* A salary offer for a current Judiciary employee will be determined based on the Salary Guidelines for Internal Candidates.
Files, retrieves and distributes all files for judges, attorneys, team members, court support staff and the public. Assists the judges and their staff, attorneys, team members and the public by providing information about the court records and Clerk's Office procedures. Responds to inquiries and requests received by mail and fax. Assists in the transition of files within the court location and preparing for storage off site. Makes copies and certifies as true test copies. Performs all other duties as assigned.
A high school diploma (or GED equivalent)
Six months of related experience.
Skills and Abilities
Ability to retrieve and replace files accurately using an alphabetical or numerical sequenced filing system; differentiate colors used in office filing system; interpret performance policies and procedures, and general correspondence as related to work performance. Ability to communicate in an effective, patient and tactful manner with judges, co-workers and the public; and to apply common sense understanding in adhering to general filing procedures. Must be able to lift/move records, carts, etc., weighing up to 35 pounds. Ability to perform all essential functions of this position.
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